Annie-Sage Whitehurst is a stage, film and collaborative actress in New York City, by way of the Hudson Valley and Smith College. Previous credits include “Lia Haddock” in the podcast Limetown (2016 Audio Verse Awards ‘Best Actress’ finalist) , “Juliana” in Juliana at The Duplex, and performances at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, Cherry Lane, The Kennedy Center, and more.
Currently seeking representation.
“Limetown was created by two dudes… but a large part of its appeal is due to the narration by fictionalist journalist Lia Haddock, voiced by Annie-Sage Whitehurst.”
-Erika W. Smith for BUST.com…
“The brilliance of Limetown has a lot to do with Annie-Sage Whitehurst, the actress who voices Lia. Her work is outstanding, so much so that many listeners, especially in the first few episodes, really believe the story is real.”
just announced! THE SIG DANIELS SHOW (co-written, produced + featuring Annie-Sage Whitehurst) will screen as a nominee in New York City’s Sparrow Film Festival – December 2017
just announced! PETITE BLANCHE accepted into Italy’s ONIROS FILM FESTIVAL
now filming! short film: CROSSROADS, filming October – November 2017
now filming! short film: B.P. M. filming November 2017
now filming! short film: Roadside Assistance filming November 2017
just wrapped! short film: DEATH TRAIL (October 2017)
++++++ currently studying improv at Upright Citizens Brigade (winter 2017)
summer 2017: Filmed RELAPSED (short film) dir. Peter Kovacs,
+ recorded two episodes of DESPERATE NIGHTMARES (podcast), Season 2
+ narrated RILEY: THE SERIES live staged reading at Shetler Studios,
+ performed as “Frankie” in The Story of the Orca’s Silver Tongue as Told by the Manager of the Only Taco Bell in Juno at Dixon Place’s HOT! Festival- soon to be revived at The Tank!
spring 2017: Filmed Black Panties: The Webseries (named as one of Five Webseries to Look Out For in 2017 by REVOLT TV)
+ finished filming “Petite Blanche“, a new short from Jay Manari.
+ Completed Sketch Comedy Writing 101 at Upright Citizens Brigade.
+ performed as “Juliana” back at The Duplex, NYC!
+ showed TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN at the Queens World Film Festival at the Museum of the Moving Image, NYC.